BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... enough and ****** off and the industry collapsed. Now restored to an aquarium irony and shops. Went to first outlet disappointing thank god ! Then to look at old bits and that was good. Next stop Fishermans warf Monterey for some supper then a supermarket for essential supplies wine and spirits and a few nonessential back to hotel to drink and and ........ Another *********** our ...
... etc. I even managed time in a coffee shop to start my back log of blogs. Still catching up as sitting on a San Fran bus right now. I walked along the coast path to head to the aquarium. We were due to meet at 2pm but I was a little early. So what better to do than to head off for some wine tasting at a lovely tasting house in the district of cannery. Nice indeed. Being the only person trying this I got he full attention of staff and had a good chin ...
... at our backs was just amazing. 17 Mile Drive ended up being 32 miles for us, but boy was it a great way to see the coast.
We got recommendations for a great little sandwich place (check out Ike's on Alvorado, in the same block as Trader Joe's) then on the way back to drop off the bikes, Margot noticed a day ...
... brought us to the top of a cliff side overlooking a white beach and translucent blue water with a waterfall falling eighty feet off the cliffside onto the sand. This is the classic Big Sur postcard shot where the amazing beach and sand are punctuated on one side by the majestic Pacific and on the other side by rising mountains. We made our way to a far more isolated area called Partington Cove, where a trail wound a half mile down the cliffside across a bridge and through a tunnel ...
... through my mind. How can I get rid of Mooch? I’ve never ended a friendship before. Oh, I know what I’ll do. I’ll write a “Dear John” letter, and hand it to her when she leaves tomorrow.
The following morning, when Mooch and her boyfriend depart, I hand Mooch the letter I wrote in a sealed envelope, and ask her to read it later. A feeling of relief, ...